Congregation Or Ami
3443 Wilcrest Dr.
8:00 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012
Ask almost any Jew whether grace is a central concept in Judaism and chances are, the answer will be no. But accordingly to Rabbi Rami Shapiro, award-winning author, poet, essayist and educator whose liturgical writings are used in prayer services throughout North America, graceGod's love freely givenIS central to Judaism and living Jewishly. Drawing from ancient and contemporary, traditional and non-traditional Jewish wisdom, Rabbi Shapiroreclaims the idea of grace in Judaism. Ordained at Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion and with Ph.D. and D.D. degrees, he is recognized as one of the most creative figures in contemporary American Judaism. At Congregation Or Ami 3443 Wilcrest Drive $28 includes the book and reserved seating (advanced purchase only)
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